Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa has no shortage of options for events. With seven function rooms, one large outdoor amphitheatre and five different theme nights, resort management welcomes groups of all sizes and can put together suitable themes based on request.
A team of catering specialists and our award-winning culinary team are on hand to provide professional catering for events and parties. Among the facilities are a full range of audio-visual equipment, a business center and extensive technology including high-speed Internet access, to assist planners and organisers.
The Rajalaya service was traditionally reserved for Royal families. Each course is served in procession by Balinese girls dressed in traditional costumes and accompanied by a Bleganjur orchestra, which consists of musicians playing bamboo instruments, flutes and Balinese cymbals. Janur (coconut leaves) and penjor (lighted Balinese flags) decorate the entrance, while umbul-umbul and Balinese umbrellas are positioned throughout the dining venue, adding a stunning atmosphere. The tables are decorated elegantly in Batik cloth decorated with aromatic burning candles and fresh flowers.
Discover Bali’s cultural heritage with ‘Bali Discovery’. A troop of Bleganjur with their Balinese flutes and cymbals will lead you to your dinner venue. A village atmosphere is created with local artisans displaying their arts and crafts. There is rice planting and rice grinding, shadow puppet shows, wood carving, weaving and egg painting, and Balinese ladies preparing offerings for the Gods. Service staff is dressed in traditional costumes and your dinner tables are decorated with traditional batik and banana palm candles as centerpieces.
Tropical Beach Barbeque Party
Amid the backdrop of sea and stars, illuminated coconut pyramids surround the dinner venue with burning torches, festive umbul-umbul and penjors (Balinese flags). The chef sources fresh produce from the market and parades his selection from table to table before he settles at the grill. An abundance of fresh seafood, farm chickens and lamb legs turn slowly on the spit roasts and a vast array of salads, fresh vegetable dishes and tropical desserts line the buffet tables.
This evening begins with guests joining a Balinese parade to the beach; each guest is given a small offering made from palm leaves to offer to the Gods at the beach shrine. A welcome dance is performed and guests are escorted to their dining tables decorated with pandan straw mats and coconut leaves, creating a traditional atmosphere for this outdoor feast. The staff is dressed in sarongs and sandals; torches and the light from the moon and the stars light the area.
The world famous Kecak dance begins, Village males in hypnotic trances chant in unison while seated in a circle around a Hindu shrine.
The Culinary Journey
The Culinary Journey offers a selection of beautifully prepared local and international dishes displayed in market-style stalls, each decorated with the décor from the country where the cuisine originates manned by staff in traditional uniforms. A Balinese flavor is added by penjor (Balinese flags) and janur (coconut leaves) at the entrance with torchlights, umbul-umbul and Balinese umbrellas with tables set to reflect the theme of the event.
Black and White Ball
An elegant event, the Black and White ball is an event that combines sophisticated table setting with intimate jazz music played during a sit down dinner. A fashion show featuring Bali’s top models is a highlight of the event that combines music, fashion, flair and fine dining.